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.., o..o 00oo.. TIMES NOVEMBER 16, 1972, SECTION I, PAGE 2 REPERTOIRE By Wellington Matthews A Vote Of Confidence By no stretch of the imagination could I be considered a political analyst. I would not attempt to try to understand what happened in the presidential election which was held last week. But for it to turn out as lopsided as it did there had to be powerful forces at work. To win 49 states giving him 521 electoral votes is quite an achievement. President Nixon should be proud of such a vote of confidence. He received 17,500,000 more popular votes than did his opponent, who carried only one state and the District of Columbia. President Nixon's piled up a popular vote of 45,800,000 or 61 percent to only 28,000,000 or .18 percent for his opponent. This is quite a contrast to four years ago when President Nixon received 32,000,000 votes counting for 301 electoral votes from 32 states, while Hubert Humphrey won 13 states and District of Columbia with 191 electoral votes. Such a stunning victory can be looked at in many ways but it appears clear that so lopsided ,a mandate forone candidate can be taken also as alopsided kick in the face of the other candidate. For a presidential candidate not to carry his home state must be a stab in his heart. It appears odd that President Nixon should carry all the large cities such as New York, Cleveland, Chicago and others that always go for the Democratic presidential candidate. To my way of thinking George McGovern conducted his campaign on the lowest level possible. He made some of the most irresponsible, unfounded and wildest statements ever uttered by a man trying to win the highest office in the land. The main theme of his campaign was the Vietnam war. A war that Nixon didn't start, he only inherited. On this issue McGovern was actually campaigning against Johnson and Kennedy, not Nixon. McGovern will not only be remembered as "the worst beaten Democrat presidential candidate in history but because he coined a new phrase--'Tm 100 percent behind you"--the new idiom to denote treachery and deceit. Another interesting result and one that I was glad to see-- not in every case but in the majority of cases. The person who won whether Democrat or Republican they usually were conservative. With such a make up as this in the House and Senate and with President Nixon at the helm the next four years should be remembered as a time of peace and as a time of good and able leadership. Area "epresentatives Named i N0000S*rm yur I PHARMACIST , E. BROWN Center S{reet P.O. Box Ihtrtford. lr . I HomeHunters of America By Jim A'yer lSkentuCKy announced this week the FOR YOUR AUTO, FIRE, appointment of Mrs. Thomas (Billie) Kirk and Mrs. Dalton (Barbara) Maples to represent their firm in Ohio County. Mrs. Kirk, who lives between ttartford and Owensboro on Maple Lake Road, will manage the company's activities in this area. Mrs. Maples, who lives on Sunset Drive in Beaver Dam, will be working as a saleslady for the company. tlomeHunters, in opening the Ohio County facility, has added another link to their growing chain of full service real estate offices. The Ohio County office will be temporarily operated out of Mrs. Kirk's home with plans Io build an office in Ohio County in the spring. In addition to working in the Ohio County area, both Mrs. Kirk and Mrs. Maples will be listing and selling properties in the Daviess County area. Although the Ohio County office is located in Daviess County, it does have a toll-free number which is 298-3129. The local HomeHunters office is connected with other HomeHunters offices in other areas through HomeHunters Coop- erative Selling Service. The local office is also a part of HomeHunters Nationwide l{elocation Service,which is established in all 50 states to assist pr0ple in moving from area .to area. HomeHunters is proud to announce their two newest additions and looks forward Io serving the buying and seliling public in Ohio and Daviess counties through 1 his new officer," a representative said. In addition to listing and selling real estate, Mrs. Kirk will also be responsible for recruiting and training additional sales people for Ohio and Daviess Counties. Mrs. Billie Kirk Mrs. BarbaraMaples : :? i :; or another, you probably have heard that hair grows back thicker after temporary removal by plucking, shaving, or other such methods. This is definitely not true. Each hair will grow out again...but only in the same numbers as before. There will be no new hairs. FARMOWNERS, LIFE, LIABILITY HOME OR OTHER INSURANCE Licensed agents: W. E. Brown, Etheline PHONES: office 298:3473 (across from post loeeleeeeeee *lle*eoll*eeoeeooQeeeeeOOtOOOoeOeel , BUY NOWI i SAVE FOR THE Removal of hair from the : Pleasant Ridge News face is a problem that can ! cause a woman much concern. This hair can be removed temporarily by Jacksons Have plucking, or permanently by electrolysis, in many cases. 29th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Jackson of Buford will celebrate their 29th wedding anniversary November 20. They have five Children and 18 grandchildren. James Sutherland fell and hurt his arm at school last week. Mrs. W.C. Jackson is on lhe sick list at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Sharp and girls from Louisville visited his aunt, Mrs. Emma Dawson and Ethel Bartlett Sunday. The Sharps also visited Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Stewart and girls while they were here. Mrs. June Parker and Mrs. Sharon Neal of Owensboro visited Mrs. Gertie Taylor Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Gillespie, It is best to consult your i doctor abouL removal of : unsightly hair on the face. : See us for all your i pharmaceutical needs. We : Mrs. Phillip Taylor and keep a complete stock of all ,q Donna Tuesday afternoon, lhe latest drugs, and other : ..... medicinal preparations, i We would like to extend illNT FOR THE HOME: i our deepest sympathy to the Clean outdoor cooking grills : family and friends of with butter, then wipe clean : George Hudson and with paper towels. Talmage Park who passed 298-3278 away last week. King's Drug ..... Hartford, Ky. Mrs. Deshia Sharp has been ill. Mrs. Gary Heal and children of Owensboro visited Mrs. Gertie Taylor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Rock and family of Cen- i tertown visited Mrs. Gertie Taylor Sunday. Stlrt losing weight today OR i ..... MONEY BACK. MONADEX hi a  Mr. and Mrs. Charles tef that wUl help curb your de- tire for exceml food. Eat lemPweJgh : Gillespie and family made a hies. con m ,.geroN dr.e. : trip to Arkansas over the and wm not mko you n, rvo No strenuous exorcise. Change yew  . " weekend. ... start Iodoy. MONADEX  : 11.00 for 20  suppty and SS.O0 ...... for twice the amount Lose ugly hit To report Pleasant Ridge or ?'our money will he .funded wJlh " news contact Mrs. Phillip no qunt d nv: ! Kings Drugs - Walgreen Agency - Taylor, 275-4978. Mail Orders Filled. Model No. J303 *eeee*e**oeeeleoo e el.eel.e# i Dishwasher With o Pot Scrubber And Maple Woodtop $229.00 Model No. SC460N oesoeOeeeeeee lenience.eele H & W ELECT Embry Valley Shopping Center (next to Beaver Dam, Kentucky Randy: and Robbie. visited lice el e eoo e e e *0 e eeeeeeeeeeeeee ooeo e OHIO COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1972- 1973 Nov. 25 McLean County A Nov. 28 Butler County A Dec. 1 Edmonson County A Dec. 5 Hughes Kirk H Dec. 8 Caneyville A Dec. 9 Stanford H Dec. 12 Davies= County H Dec. 15 Anderson County H Jan. 2 Owensboro Catholic H Jan. 5 Ohio Co. Tournament: McLean Co., Central City, Greenville, Ohio Co. Jan. 6 Ohio Co. Tournament Jan. 9 Owensboro Senior H Jan. 12 Breckinridge County A Jan. 16 Hancock County A Jan. 19 Central City H Jan. 23 Hopkinsville H Jan. 26 Todd County Central A Jan. 30 Muhlenburg Central A Feb. 2 Fordwille H Feb. 6 Greenville H Feb. 9 Northwest, Clarksville, Tenn. (varsity only) A Feb. 13 Henderson County A Feb. 16 Leitchfield H Feb. 20 Bremen H Feb. 24 Cloverport H VARSITY GAMES AT 8 P.M. COACH - Kenny BauEhn ASST. COACH - Don Williams MASCOT - Eagle COLORS - Blue/White VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Shori Coppage Becky Spencer Starr Fulkerson body iethorhead Nancy Porter Cherly Taylor Janet Hudson Shelia Smith I \\; \\; \\; THE SPORTS CENTER Embry Valley Shopping Center ,,,,, Converse Tennis Shoes Navy Blue / Light Blue / Blue Suede Orange / Red / Red Suede / Gold Gold Suede / Green / White / White Leather / Black ,i School Sweaters Beaver Dam, Ky. Phone 274-3694 ,i School Letters School Jackets School T-Shirts ,i Basketball Uniforms v,, Overnight Lettering Service ,i Trophies - Engraving Rubber Basketballs red/white - navy/white - red/white/blue green/white - blue/sold/white GYM BAGS LIMITED SUPPLY NOW $3.15 Reg. $3.95 SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL TEAM FORDSVlLLE HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1972- 1973 Nov. 4 Whitesville Trinity A Nov. 7 Muhlenberg Central H Nov. 10 Caneyville A Nov. 14 Leitchfield A Nov. 17 Hughes Kirk H Nov. 18 - Sinai Western A Nov.'21 Breckinridge Co. A Nov. 28 St. Romuald Dec. 1 Clarkson Dec. 5 Cloverport Dec. 12 Hancock Co. Dec. 15 Bethlehem Dec.18-23 Salt River Valley Conf. Tournament Jan. 2 Muhlenberg Central Jan. 6 Portland Christian Jan. 9 HughesKirk Jan. 12 Taylorsville Jan. 16 Whitewille Trinity Jan. 19 Graham Jan. 23 Bremen Jan. 30 Cloverport Feb. 2 Ohio County Feb. 8 Hancock Co. Feb. 13 St. Romuald Feb. 17 Clarkson Feb. 23 Bethlehem H H A H ., A . A H A H H H: A. H* , A A. .A A H  *game begins at 6 P,M: All other Home games begin at 6:30 C.S.T. VARSITY GAMES AT 8 P.M. COACH Larry Frank ASST COACH - Gerald Lowery MASCOT - Trojan Head COLORS - Red/Black VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Brenda Btan Brenda Hunt April Apl' Garnett Kim Hatfield